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It's a little bit ridiculous that we've become so accustomed to free content online that we assume any paid content must be perfect. BP users totally get what they pay for -- a totally unique resource within the baseball world. We pay for staff members like Eric who feel awful and embarrassed when mistakes are made. He'd feel the same way regardless of whether or not anyone said anything.
It's certainly your right as a paying customer to complain, and my right, subsequently, to criticize those complaints. Just my two cents.
That's definitely Wieters.
Your points would probably be better used to argue AGAINST the Pedro signing, rather than for it. If we assume Pedro won't pitch for less than $5.5m, he's definitely not "low-risk:"
Pedro's current asking price would make him the Astros' 6th most expensive player, and their 2nd most expensive pitcher. The fact that they are unlikely to go .500 means that Pedro's money would go directly down the crapper. All they've been doing with their aging-stars-and-scrubs strategy has been screwing up their Minor League system. Best to just let nature run its course. They could wind up with the top draft pick next year.
The Mets' ranking is a little harsh. I mean, of course Ike Davis had a rough year in '08: What do you expect from a 113-year-old?